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Active Roles 7.2 - Quick Start Guide

Introduction System Requirements Deploying the Administration Service Deploying user interfaces Installing additional components Upgrade of an earlier version Separate Management History database Performing a pilot deployment Deployment considerations Silent installation of Active Roles components Configuring Active Roles to Manage Hybrid Active Directory Objects Active Roles on Windows Azure VM

Active Roles Configuration to synchronize existing AD objects to Azure AD

In any hybrid environment, on-premises Active Directory objects are synchronized to Azure AD using some means such as Azure AD Connect. When Active Roles 7.1 is deployed in such a hybrid environment, the existing users and groups' information, such as Azure objectID, must be synchronized back from Azure AD to on-premises AD to continue using the functionality. To synchronize existing AD users and groups from Azure AD to Active Roles we must use the back-synchronization operation.

Back Synchronization is performed by leveraging the existing functionality of Synchronization Service component of Active Roles. Synchronization workflows are configured to identify the Azure AD unique users or groups and map them to the on-premises AD users or groups. After the back-synchronization operation is completed, Active Roles displays the configured Azure attributes for the synchronized objects.

For information on configuring Synchronization workflows for Azure AD, see One Identity Active Roles Synchronization Service Administrator Guide.

Pre-requisites to configure the back-synchronization:

  • The hybrid environment must have Azure AD Connect installed and configured.
  • Synchronization Service Component must be installed and configured for Active Roles.
  • Azure AD configuration and the Administrator Consent for Azure AD application through web interface must be complete.
  • Azure AD built-in policy must be enforced and the attribute edsvaazureOffice365enabled must be set to true for the container where the back-synchronization is performed.

NOTE: Before adding a replication partner in a Replication environment, make sure to perform back-synchronization in the Service that is configured with the Publisher database.

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